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The manuscript of survival – part 410

Thank you Aisha! I’ve noticed that my own frequency really really affects what I perceive. As in if I feel clear and high frequency I can see exactly what this message is pointing out anout the good and new shining thru the cracks in this dirty old facade of misery and negativity. But when I am ill and experiencing a lot of physical pain, too tired, etc I don’t perceive it as clearly even tho some part of me knows it is there. I am finding that it is imperative that we take good care if and nurture ourselves so that we can flow with the new and be good conduits for incoming light energies.
It just doesn’t work anymore to push myself or slog on thru in head down determination. In order to spread love in the world I *have* to treat myself with love. Not a bad thing at all but really illuminating the old bad habits of ignoring myself while trying to save the world and care for others!

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The tides they have indeed changed, and so much will change with it, as this incoming riptide of energies will continue to create upheaval in all of the old sediments still obscuring mankind’s vision of reality. For you are still very much in the dark as to what the real reality is, as the great majority is still immersed in this old fog of illusion, or perhaps we should rephrase that into this old fog of disillusion. For still you will see an abundance of negativity around you, that is, if you choose to tune into those channels still busy sending out these same negative signals. But if you have managed to tear yourself away from the old drama still being played out on those old screens that have been set up between mankind and their inner core, you will already have started to see not only through this old…

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The Oracle Report | Thursday, April 10, 2014


Thursday, April 10, 2014

First Quarter Moon Phase: act, express, step out, break away, grow

Moon in Leo/Virgo

Ruling Mahavidya: Chinnamasta and Kali

Skill: “hold the line, purify the mind”

Negative Imprint: half empty

Positive Imprint: half full

Attention! Wise owls are called upon to use their skills to maintain a positive balance to the energy today. The predominant energy tempts us into feeling disappointed, unrecognized, frustrated, and defeated. We are going to flip this energy upside down.

The key to doing so lies in seeing the glass half full as opposed to half empty. We easily see what is lacking, but are we minimizing or dismissing what we already have and what we already are? Focus on what is already available and build from there. Adjust your expectations if necessary.

Don’t be fooled into thinking things will never be better. This is a trick.

If you set an “intention” for the new year back at the New Moon on March 30, today you will want to re-dedicate that intention in some way. Re-state the intention, reinforce it with another meditation, or reform it if needed. The universe opens to receive our will. Take advantage of the opportunity.

Strong feelings of nationalism can arise with today’s energy. The positive angle to this is the protection of higher ideals, not dedication to falsity.

We are co-creating with the Divine Sophia, the goddess embodied as our planet, to make our world and our lives in line with natural world order. Today, be part of this parliament of wise owl spiritual warriors. Stand up and be counted. Remain in line in defense of all that upholds freedom and beauty. We are formidable and will not be led astray today.


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Support the Jailed Mi’Kmaq Warriors: Court Roundups & Fundraising

Thank you for posting this! You must be doing some good in the world because when I try to share your posts on Facebook it goes haywire. 🙂 (I’m going to share this anyway!)

Piedmont Earth First!

The Mi’Kmaq stopped the seismic testing in preparations for fracking on their land by a U.S. company

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The Mi’kmaq Warriors, Germaine Jr Breau & Aaron Francis who have been held in custody since the day of the raid on Oct 17th, are now facing trial in Moncton courts. They are currently facing indictable charges for being true to their inherent responsibilities as L’nu people by protecting the lands and waters against corporate imperialists, SWN. We are unsure how much longer Aaron & Jr will have to sit in jail, having already served over 5 months without conviction. The financial burden of supporting imprisoned warriors has been carried solely by the family and loved ones and it’s time that changed. Again we are uncertain as to the outcomes of sentencing, but Jr & Aaron have plead to a number of charges. Support funds will be…

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Sun King wants to brighten life for rural poor – CSMonitor.com

To those living in developed countries, Sun King solar lights are pretty cool little gadgets. Once charged using a small solar panel (included) they provide a good source of light for up to 30 hours. Or they can be used to recharge up to two cell phones at a time. They could be a fun item to take on a camping trip or use during a power outage.

But in India and Africa, where more than 5 million of them have already been sold, the lights mean much more. In thousands of rural villages without electrical service they mean children can see to do their homework after dark. And families don’t burn kerosene lamps for light, which present serious health, safety, and environmental hazards with their smoky fires.

Designing the technically sophisticated yet durable lights has been a nifty accomplishment for Greenlight Planet, a for-profit enterprise begun in 2005 whose aim is to replace dangerous kerosene lamps with safe and efficient solar lights.But creating a good product was actually the easy part, says Anish Thakkar, co-founder of Greenlight Planet, which produces the Sun King brand. “The challenge of distributing [the solar lights] broadly, and in a way that is cost efficient and keeps the retail price down, is really the big challenge,” he says.

Finding an effective sales and distribution model wasn’t easy.

“There was 2 1/2 years of screwing up.… We did a lot of things wrong,” says Mr. Thakkar, who is based in Bombay and spoke on a recent trip to Boston. But what emerged is a system they believe can be widely and successfully replicated.

In brief, Greenlight Planet identifies trusted and respected people in each village, perhaps a school teacher, and persuades them to become Sun King sales agents. Most have never sold anything before and need substantial training. They learn how to help buyers set up their solar lamps (many customers can’t read written instructions) and return to the buyer’s home if there are any problems.

The agents benefit too, through a substantial new source of income.

“[Our] agents increase their income by 40 percent. It’s a huge opportunity” for them, Thakkar says. Agents, who reach about 10 new homes per month, actually add to their position of respect in the community. “They become known as the Sun King babu,” he says, which roughly translates as “the big guy, the boss.”

The four models of Sun King lights range in price from about $11 to $40. That can be a daunting sum for people living on one or two dollars per day and who have little or no savings. “Do I have the cash in my pocket today is always a challenge,” Thakkar says.

Farmers have been good customers. Their income comes in once or twice a year when they harvest and sell a crop. “These are families that save” and understand the concept of buying something, like seeds or equipment, that will pay off later, he says.

The lights pay for themselves within four to 10 months in two primary ways: Families no longer need to buy kerosene for lamps, and they no longer have to travel, sometimes for miles, to pay someone (usually running a small diesel generator) to charge their cell phones.

Even very poor families in India and Africa often have a cell phone, which serves a wide variety of purposes from banking to business deals to being a major source of entertainment, Thakkar says.

Greenlight Planet has chosen a for-profit model for a reason: It wants to view the people it helps as customers, not beneficiaries of charity. Customers who pay for products “vote with their wallet every day,” he says, challenging Greenlight to show its products have real value. The company, now in its ninth year, is “getting close” to profitability, Takkar says.

The company’s three co-founders had been students together at the University of Illinois. Thakkar was part of a student project that helped set up a bio-diesel generator in a village in India.

“It was a cool technology,” meant for husking rice and other agricultural uses, he says. But upon returning a year later the students found that the village had been strung with wires connected to the generator: It had been converted to generate a little bit of electricity for village homes.

Thakkar marveled at the ingenuity involved. But the incident was “also a slap in the face” for the engineering students, he says: They had decided that the village needed rice husking. The villagers knew they needed household lighting more.

So Greenlight Planet was born to provide off-the-grid lighting in rural villages. Today the units, which include cutting-edge LED bulbs, solar panels, and lithium ferrophosphate batteries, are manufactured in Shenzhen, China, where 25 Greenlight engineers work designing products. The company has grown to 800 full-time employees and 6,000 local sales agents.

With it’s expertise in marketing and distributing products in rural villages, Thakkar says, Greenlight may expand its offerings. “We’d like to be that answer for other technologies too,” he says. “We’re testing those now.”


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Carolyn Baker and Charles Eisenstein: On learning to hold the tension of the opposites

Thank you for posting this-especially your introduction to the review! I’ve been working with exactly this lately and it is interesting how liberating it is to recognize the critical nature of our current global situation.

It’s true that things have probably never been more dire since the birth of the human species but out here on the edge of the precipice of doom the heart opening beauty of the life all around us has never been clearer.

Whatever we do to acknowledge that sacred beauty and turn aside from the pointless destruction is magical. Even if we fail, engaging the attempt makes us more fully
alive than we have ever been.